As our physical limitations melt away, now we can ask ourselves a really big question: If I can process all this information and complete tasks for one company, why not many?
Imagine a world where the payroll expert processes invoices from her home — and also does so for six different companies. Think about multiple manufacturing companies working with a service that processes raw material orders, or a global team of engineers designing bridges in the U.S. Once the designs and job are approved, construction management could be achieved with both on-the-ground assets and remote, untethered project managers — managers who are watching multiple enterprises around the globe.
The most significant evolution is having access to capable applications and data, in real time, from any connected device, anywhere. Another evolution: the real-time collection, calculation and presentation of data models, from the cloud to our palm. In this exciting era of data crunching and information sharing, in can take workers mere seconds to make decisions and take actions that once took weeks. These are key components of information mobility, and by extension, your business’s strategy for success in the coming years.